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The Pizza Oven At Cane Rosso’s Frisco Location Is Shaped Like A Dallas Cowboys Helmet

They’re really committed to the theme here

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When Cane Rosso’s outpost at The Star in Frisco makes its debut later this year, there will be no shortage of Cowboys team spirit thanks to its giant new oven that is shaped like a helmet.

The restaurant, which is expected to open soon at the massive Cowboys-obsessed development, posted a photo of the helmet-shaped oven on Twitter, and it’s a strikingly similar replica of the gear worn by Dak Prescott and the rest of the team on field. Like all of Cane Rosso’s ovens, the Frisco oven was designed by oven wizard Stefano Ferrara in Naples, Italy.

Feast your eyes on the Cowboys-obsessed oven in all its glory:

Cane Rosso isn’t the only restaurant at The Star that is fully taking advantage of the new development’s Cowboys association. Tupelo Honey, the North Carolina-based Southern restaurant that is expected to open later this year, has its very own mini-Jumbotron, and will offer its diners a direct view of the Ford Center field from the dining room.

Cane Rosso at The Star hasn’t announced an opening date beyond “soon,” but stay tuned for more details.